I’ve said this before, but when I first started writing for the Examiner, a friend asked how much Tim paid. After I’d replied, the person I was speaking with said, “Oh, so it takes [x] monthly subscriptions just to pay for you to do one Morning File.” I’d never thought of it in such bald […]
News 1. Premier vs teachers, round 27 Premier Stephen McNeil returned from his latest trip to Europe and China yesterday, and pretty much immediately started in on the teachers’ union — this time, accusing them of spreading misinformation about cuts. A CP story in The Star Halifax says McNeil criticized the union Thursday for alleging […]
“Shame can be toxic and giving people the power to speak up is fabulous,” says Jackie Kinley. Kinley is a psychiatrist and an associate professor in psychiatry at Dalhousie University. Last week, Bell Canada contributed $6.9 million to various mental health initiatives through its “Let’s Talk” campaign. The goal is to reduce stigma around mental […]
Decisions Codey Hennigar sentencing decision reminiscent of other NCR verdicts You can read the decision in Codey Hennigar’s case online here. Hennigar was found not criminally responsible due to mental disorder (“NCR-MD”) for the deaths of his mother and grandparents. Several outlets carried the story; here’s the CBC’s article. This week also saw Vince Li...